Last year I picked up a Porsche 997 C4s. When I first got the car and started driving it, I was amazed by the overall package. It was the sportiest car I had ever owned when pushed hard, but could also be used for Costco trips, daycare duty, and driven 365 days a year. For me, it was the perfect daily driver, and I really believed, at the time, that I wouldn’t feel the need to mod it. This is what it looked like when I first got it
The car came with some nice options, including sport seats, red seat belts, carbon trim, and factory short shift kit.
Of course, it wasn’t long until I started to make some select upgrades. I swapped out the stock wheels for some forged lightweight Champions, installed a GT2RS steering wheel and matching shift knob, and updated the ECU with a Softronic tune.
For the rear wing, I swapped out the stock decklid and installed an OEM Turbo wing, with an EB Werks fixed wing kit. Also, the painted side sills were looking pretty rough, so I installed new black ones.
After the summer, the car will be going into the shop to get additional work done.
RSS Sway bars, engine mounts, LCAs, dogbones, Bilstein coilovers with monoball top mounts
Old school 18 inch HREs and some fat Falken Azenis
Lightweight Aasco Flywheel and SACHS sprung clutch, AWE headers and high flow cats
Cargraphic carbon kevlar wide front fenders, OEM GT3 front bumper, Cup lip, and some widebody rear fender flares, that will be custom modded
Next update likely wont be until late winter. Goal is to get all parts installed and bodywork completed for the Spring.